I've tied off to plenty of boats this summer, old and new. Keep your eyes open, and you can tell the difference between a quality boat and a ****ty boat. Baja's are ****ty boats.
Well, I guess the only real thing that matters is that I (like most Baja owners) am pretty happy with my entry-level piece of chit. I would also agree with Tank that the condition of an older boat will have as much to do with how the owner has treated it, as the initial quality of said boat. In other words, a Hyundai in the hands of my grandmother will more than likely last longer than a Porche in the hands of my 23 year old Cousin. I think it is time to put this topic to bed. So, who is ready for a handshake and a beer?I don't mean to insult anyone here, but really, anyone who's been around boats for any length of time knows that Baja's are entry-level go-fasts.